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Nimble makes bold play to be leader in storage
"We finished fiscal year 2016 with solid results. Looking ahead to 2017, we are very excited about the prospects of our Predictive Flash platform."
Educators choose Windows 10 over any other platform
“With all new Windows 10 devices tailor made for education and perfect for students, we are seeing strong demand for Windows 10 in the classroom."
Rise of smart machines means vendors need a new competitive approach
“Organisations must embrace the market change and be able to evolve in light of the new fuel of virtual labour."
Aerohive successfully woos customers
“At Aerohive, we have always believed that successful customers are the foundation of our successful business."
IT teams rate Intel, Google and HP as best tech vendors
Five tech vendors earned satisfaction levels of 70% or more across the eight areas: Intel, Google, HP, IBM and Apple.
SD-WAN market growth not letting up
The software defined wide area network (SD-WAN) market is steadily growing as enterprises embrace mobility and look for ways to reduce expenses.
Kiwi founded Information Leadership named ICT Vendor of the Year
“We’re delighted to have our passion for delivering customised and effective information management solutions recognised in this way.”
Data storage vendor expands focus to ANZ region
Infinidat has set its sights on the Australia and New Zealand market with new roll out plans and a key appointment.
Intel makes $100m investment into OpenStack adoption
Intel and Mirantis, the pure play OpenStack company, have entered into a strategic technology and investment collaboration.
BYOD market to reach $266 billion by 2019
The Bring Your Own Device and enterprise mobility market is forecasted to grow from $71.93 billion in 2013 to $266.17 billion in 2019.
Asia Pacific region leader of the pack as CRM market grows
The worldwide customer relationship management (CRM) software market has gained momentum, with the Asia/Pacific region experiencing the fastest growth
IDC lifts the lid on the admin software and services market
Core replacement cycles are brewing and global insurers will spend US$8.2 billion on software and IT services for policy administration in 2015.
Samsung knocks Apple out of top spot
Samsung has reaffirmed itself as the global lead for smartphone shipments in the first quarter of 2015, says IDC.
Increased rebates and incentives as Lenovo seeks accelerated growth
Lenovo ups rebates and incentives for channel partners as it seeks in accelerate its Australian growth.
Vendor Pure Storage takes market by storm
Pure Storage has announced its highlights for 2014, namely its work in the enterprise storage market with significant customer and revenue growth.
iT360 and their weapon of choice for network security
In order to protect against the increasing number of IT security threats that threaten modern businesses, it is important to have the right expertise.
Why the partner-customer relationship is crucial for cyber security
The security landscape is changing, with threats as well as solutions becoming more sophisticated, and in this space it's imperative channel partners
Violin Memory's new country manager to lead ANZ expansion
Violin Memory, the flash storage provider, has a new country manager for Australia and New Zealand to aid expansion in this market.
Behind the HP Aruba acquisition
HP’s acquisition of Aruba Networks means HP, when it absorbs Aruba, will finally make the jump up the WLan vendor ladder to number two slot.
Dicker Data drastically reduces headcount
Dicker Data has cut 110 staff from its combined headcount since acquiring Express Data in April 2014.
Software Defined Networking to be a billion dollar market by 2018
According to IDC the Software-Defined Networking (SDN) market will surpass the $1 billion mark by 2018 in the APEJ region alone.
Connector Systems targets vertical markets, shakes up traditional approach
While the status quo vendor driven business model continued to remain their core business, there was emerging a complementary solution driven model.
Buyers, continue to question and evaluate vendors, says Huawei
Huawei's white paper ‘Cyber Security Perspectives' documents the top things buyers should ask vendors in relation to cyber security.
Check Point moves focus to 'S in SMB'
"No one is immune, but it's harder to get in [to big business and enterprise]. So they're moving down the stack and we're seeing more attacks on small businesses."